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Course Spring Seminars 2009 Thursday, January 8: SARAH PENNISTON-DORLAND - University of Maryland "Multiple sulfur isotopes reveal a magmatic origin for... Video Text Version   Blog Post Happy Birthday, Albert Einstein! Born March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany, Albert Einstein (1879−1955) seems not to have anticipated how famous his theories and ideas... March 14, 2014 Blog Post Did Dinosaurs Breathe Like Birds? Research by Museum scientists finds that the way birds breathe originated in their ancient ancestors, dinosaurs. January 5, 2016 Blog Post Coming Soon: The Titanosaur Something really, really big is coming to the Museum this month. January 7, 2016 Blog Post Astronomers Debut Vision For Future Space Telescopes Today the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy outlined a proposed High-Definition Space Telescope to help seek... July 6, 2015 Blog Post Flies in Amber Were Ancient Pollinators New research provides the first direct evidence that long-tongued flies in the Cretaceous Period pollinated non-flowering plants... July 10, 2015 Blog Post The Coyotes Are Coming Traditionally a species of the Western plains, coyotes are increasingly making homes for themselves in unexpected places, including... May 15, 2015 Blog Post MicroRangers to the Rescue! A new mobile game from the Museum brings the invisible world to life. January 29, 2016 Blog Post Scientific Expedition to Antarctica Will Search for Dinosaurs, Ancient Mammals Curator Ross MacPhee joins colleagues in Antarctica, where he hopes to find fossils that will enhance our understanding of the earliest... February 16, 2016 Blog Post Leap Day, Explained Why does February get an extra day every four years? Jackie Faherty, a research scientist in the Museum's Department of Astrophysics,... February 29, 2016 Blog Post Extinct Marine Mammal Hunted Clams with a Big Bite Bite modeling suggests this this extinct 'marine bear' used an anchored bite to pry its prey off of rocks. March 2, 2016